Why are Turks not slanting though they came from Central Asia?

Although a significant part of the Turks migrated from Central Asia to Anatolia and its surroundings, why don't the Turks here have physical characteristics in the geography they come from? we're looking
If we came from central Asia, why aren't we with slanted eyes? the main reason for this is neither 1000 years of genetic interaction nor assimilation. these are secondary reasons. it might be a bit of a long post; However, since our education system is in the classroom, let's make a workshop.

The reason why the Turks in Anatolia are not slanting-eyed is that they are Oğuz folk (see Oğuzlar).
The reason why we are asking why we are not slanting eyes: the ignorance of the understanding of Turkishness and the reduction of the Turkish word to the race because our education system will establish a nation state.

friends turkish name is not a race. is a top definition. It is a huge umbrella that covers a large family. The word slavic can be given as an example. or Germanic. There are two main groups under the name of Turkish, namely Oğuz and Kıpçak. they also distinguish this as east-west turkishness.

Anatolian folk songs are Oğuz folk songs. It is the exit of the central region of central Asia. Kipchak Turks are; Kazakh, Uzbek and Kyrgyz are the eastern Turkish. Even though these two Turkish groups share the same culture and language, there is a genetic difference between them. After the Göktürks (familiar) dominated all of Central Asia, these two groups started to be called Turk in history.

Today, the citizens of Anatolian Turks are predominantly the Kazakhs in Central Asia, not the Kyrgyzs, but the Turks living in Turkmenistan, in the northern part of Azerbaijan and Iran. to illustrate, these are our direct brothers; Cossacks and Kyrgyz are more like our cousins.
With the immigration of the Oghuzes to the west under the leadership of the Seljuk (kınık) and the ensuing Mongolian invasion, today there is no proper Oğuz Turk in the Maverannehir region. Oğuz turks living in central Asia predominantly live in Turkmenistan.

In other words, the 10% Central Asia bond in the modern gene maps you give today shows how much of the Turkish folks in Anatolia are Kipchak folk. Since there is no population of Oğuz Türk anymore since Kazakh, Kyrgyzstan, etc., in the 2nd quarter of the 14th century, there is no gene to reference, so that the statistics will be released.

Oguz Turks living in Asia is no longer the majority of western and western Asia (Turkey-Azerbaijan-Iran-türkmenistan) gene of the Turks in Anatolia in gene research done on the go 67%. If you add 10% Kıpçak Turkish on it, this rate is around 77%. this will show up down the proportion of people carrying the gene Turks in Turkey.

let's come to another mistake
We said that Oğuz folk and Kipchak folk have the same language and culture but not the same genetics. Kipchaks (steppe turks) are more slanting than oghuzes and they are not purebred, they have been in a mixture of mongols and china from the written history until today. Since the maverannünehir region, where the Oghuz people came to the stage of history, does not resemble the Asian steppes, the Oghuz people are not expected to have too many slanting eyes; however, it is still slightly more slanting than the Anatolian Turkish people today. this is because of 1000 years of genetic interaction. This interaction is not the main cause, but the secondary one. it is also a beautiful thing, it enriches the culture.

We said that our citizens in Central Asia exist only in Turkmenistan. let's see...
Do you see much difference with the Turks in Anatolia?

It is also necessary to observe the surroundings, especially the rural areas, more carefully about the slanted eye. Actually, there are many in the environment but it is not noticed that we are accustomed. the human brain focuses on the most prominent feature on its face to identify one, so someone who is not accustomed likens all the Chinese to each other because the first focus of the brain is the slanted eye. therefore, it is not difficult to see if it is examined carefully.
In short, we should have called ourselves not a Turk, but a son, historically. (see: oguz)
If the Russians call them Russian rather than slavic. but; Since all these Turkish communities lived under the roof of the same states at the time, they were considered as a single Turk:
today's western historians solve this difference as turkish-turkic. however, we are still reducing Turkish to a single race. all the problem stems from seeing Turkishness in a single characteristic structure.

Addition: There are many questions about boys, especially about the boy, from the sour dictionary.

24 units scattered throughout the turkey has long Oguz, we have (farsak) have lower lengths like. they all have a unique meaning and a tambourine.
Like game of thrones. For example, the symbol of the good party is the tambour of the neck. Oğuzlar has worked these tamgas all over Anatolia in Central Asia, it can be seen in old buildings, rocks, etc.

it is somewhat troublesome to learn who is what size. Most people living in cities forgot their height. but if you have a living relative over 80 years old, the problem is, they know. For example, I am from the Taurus Mountains. my university teacher was salur. a close friend cheep.

an idea can be obtained from place names and surnames. For example, adana's yüreğir district comes from the height of urea, such as the high probability avşard, whose surname is daytime. Faruk Sumer's book of Oghuz can help in this regard or Yusuf Halacoglu's tribal tribes carvings book in Anatolia. investigate the boys, it is enjoyable.


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